Hotel Providence Terme & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... evening was briefer than normal, because Diane and Jim were being picked up by Nicola at 6:30a.m, and taking them to the airport. They said their goodnights, and went to bed. Marina and I stayed up another 10 minutes, and had an Armagnac and Grand Marnier, then we too, said goodnight. Bon Nuit... ;ᘸ 4;ȩ ...
... to Pompeii, yes yes they said. Sat on the train and waited for about 20 minutes till it was ready to go. Watched the straggling commuters slowly gather on the train. It was the end of the day, about 5.30 pm by now. There was us, opposite us was a business man with a briefcase reading a book, a young travelling hippy bloke, an American Tourist, not to mention the group of four young men who we asked about the train, they came on board to play ...
... a walk from there to some of the sites I missed last time, the train didn't stop there, and stopped at the Circo Massimo stop, that's Circus Maximus stop, it's just on the other side of the Palatine Hill next to the Colosseum and just a little bit more of a walk. LOTS of tour buses and tourists, so much so that it made walking on the sidewalks difficult in places.Right in the shadow practically of the Colosseum, was a street preacher, preaching the gospel to those passing by, I went ...
... has been the highlight on both my visits to Pompeii. Up until today Clare had been banned from having Pizza, except for the dodgy piece at Camping Roma. While pizza and pasta are traditionally known as Italian foods every area of Italy has a dish that they are renowned for. Eg you don't have Pizza in Venice or seafood in Tuscany, if you do and it's the only pizza you try you will be disappointed. Naples is the home of pizza and I ...
... order, the mayor of Versailles and the municipal council met to draft a letter to Louis XVI in which they stated that if the furniture was removed, it would certainly precipitate economic ruin on the city (Gatin, 1908). A deputation from Versailles met with the king on 12 October after which Louis XVI, touched by the sentiments of the residents of Versailles, rescinded the order. However, eight months later, the fate of Versailles was sealed. On 21 June 1791, Louis XVI was arrested ...